How To Increase Computer Speed Performance - Boost Your Computers Speed

Computer Speed PerformanceMarch 21, 2017

How to Increase computer speed? Every PC user asks this question.
It seems to be a tough task.
But not actually.
Within 15 minutes you can make your computer faster.

It is very easy to increase computer speed if you follow the procedure given in this article.
This article also covers the solution for how to “increase start-up speed”, “low memory error” and “100 percent disk usage error” in Windows.

You can use this procedure for almost all operating systems of Windows.

1. Reduce The Number Of Startup Applets
If your computer takes a long time to start up, the first thing you want to do is see everything it starts when you hit the power button.

To do this, click on the Windows button, click “run,” and then type “msconfig” into the box.
Click on the “Startup” tab.
Some things you want to leave alone.
For example, your Antivirus. Others, such as Adobe Acrobat or Google Toolbar Notifier, you don’t need to startup with your computer.

2. Defragment Your Hard Drive
To defrag your hard drive is to consolidate all the empty spaces that are created in the file system structure as you add and remove files.
These empty spaces make your hard drive take longer to think, which in turn causes files, folders, and programs to open slowly.
There are plenty of free defrag tools(Defraggler,WinUtilities DiskDefrag,Smart Defrag) you can download to do this but another option is to use the one built-in to Windows.

3. Clean Your Computer’s Windows Registry
The biggest cause of slow, sluggish PC performance is errors and problems within its Windows registry.
Adware, spyware and other threats usually target the registry, damaging or misplacing important files within it.
When it comes to PC cleaning, a daily Windows registry cleaning should be at the top of your list of priorities.
However, this should never be done manually – there are too many opportunities for major errors that could seriously damage your PC’s operating system.
Instead, invest in a high-quality Windows registry cleanup program and configure it to run once per day – you won’t believe the difference that it makes.
CCleaner software is best for clean Windows Registry.

4. Remove Unneeded Programs
Along with preventing every app on your computer from starting with Windows, you should also review which programs you no longer need and remove them.
Access the uninstaller tool from your control panel and use that to uninstall programs you don’t use.
I regularly do this, of course, as a software reviewer.

5. Empty The Recycle Bin
When you click “delete” on a file or a program, it doesn’t go away for good – not immediately, anyway.
Instead, it sits in a kind of purgatory in your computer’s Recycle Bin.
As things pile up in the Recycle Bin, your computer can start exhibiting some very annoying problems.
If sluggish startups and frequent crashes are occurring with increasing frequency – and your computer’s recycle bin is very full – go ahead and empty it.
From then on, get into the habit of doing so about one time per week.
This small but important strategy can make a huge difference.

6. Clean Your Browser
Regardless of your browser, you should clean it out regularly.
To clean Chrome, click the three bars icon in the upper right corner, then click “Tools,” then “Clean Browsing Data,” and then check the history boxes, cookies and cached items.
Or, download CCleaner(as mentioned above) which does a great job on the five top browsers, registries and Windows, overall.

7. Delete Temporary Files
Click Start Button
- Search Run and open after type temp and press ok and delete all file.ctrl+A after then shift+delete
- Same process type %temp% and press ok and delete all file.ctrl+A after then shift+delete
- Same process type Prefetch and press ok and delete all file.ctrl+A after then shift+delete